Lancia-Musa-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeMonthly and annual sales figures for the Lancia Musa in Europe.

Related model: Fiat Idea.

Lancia
Musa
2016
Lancia
Musa
2017
Lancia
Musa
2018
January
February 1
March 2 1
April
May 1
June 1 1
July
August
September 1
October
November 4 1
December 1

Lancia
Musa
2018 2
2017 3
2016 9
2015 4
2014 12
2013 1.274
2012 15.515
2011 16.439
2010 25.041
2009 33.525
2008 33.858
2007 36.913
2006 35.473
2005 32.628
2004 7.643

 

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  1. Are you really saying that Musa sales were in single figures in 2014, under 20 cars? I suppose they were left over from 2013 which was hardly a stellar year. But then again, the Musa was just a trim variant of the underwhelming Fiat Idea. Goodness. It is infuriating how FCA have butchered Lancia. Adding up the numbers, they still shifted about 200,000 of these cars. Can that be right? I have only ever seen two of them (or one as I think I saw the same car twice.)

    1. Yes indeed, Richard. 2014 Lancia Musa sales are really down into single digits, which are likely to have been the last few remaining unsold stock models, considering the model’s production has stopped in 2012.
      I agree with you how shockingly bad Fiat has treated Lancia, but I think they must’ve realized that themselves by now, just from looking at the sales numbers of anything that’s not the Ypsilon.
      The Musa was actually pretty successful in its home market of Italy, so that’s probably where the bulk of these 200.000 sales have taken place. I don’t see them very regularly in the Netherlands as well. Another reason for this may be that the Musa was hardly distinguishable from the Fiat Idea from the rear until the 2008 facelift, which gave it the Lancia-trademark glass rear hatch. So you may not even recognize a 2004-2007 Musa as such.

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